Education

Whistleblower sues CCSD, two administrators

Lawsuit alleges retaliation for exposing administrator recording students and staff

September 25, 2012 | by Karen Gray

Lawsuit alleges retaliation for exposing administrator's surreptitious recording of students and staff.

Parents to the rescue

Parent-trigger laws are meant to rescue children from failing schools

September 13, 2012 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

Parent-trigger laws are designed to rescue children from failing schools.

Back to schools you wouldn't choose

Nevada parents have been left behind in the school-choice movement

September 12, 2012 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

Nevada parents lack the school-choice options available in other states.

Obama sends mixed messages on feds' role in education

President denounces Ďonce-size-fits-allí approach, but calls for increased federal role in teacher funding

August 22, 2012 | by Kyle Gillis

President denounces ‘once-size-fits-all’ approach while calling for increased federal role in teacher funding.

Obama returns to school district stiffed by his campaign for four years on $25,000 tab

Romney campaign pays school district in advance, while presidentís campaign vague on payment plans for current visit

August 21, 2012 | by Kyle Gillis

Romney campaign pays Clark County School District in advance, while president’s campaign vague on payment plans for current visit.

The how and why of school choice

Examining the pros and cons of various school-choice methods

August 1, 2012 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

A closer examination of the pros and cons of various school-choice methods.

Crisis on the Left

Helping the underprivileged means education reform, which unions don't like

July 25, 2012 | by Geoffrey Lawrence

Helping the underprivileged means education reform, which unions don't like.

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